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The band Roger and Lenny was accompanied by musicians Mark Yard and John Lynch at the next-to-last summer concert at Rudd Pond in Millerton on Friday, July 23. Local musician Roger Cohn is on the right with his musical partner Lenny Sutton on the left; in the back row to the left is Lynch while...

Caroline Hernandez-Pidala, left, was appointed interim superintendent of schools for the Millbrook Central School District after Laura Mitchell resigned from the post on Aug. 1. Photo submitted

MILLBROOK — In what some saw as a surprise move, a special Board of Education (BOE) meeting called on Monday, Aug. 1, announced Superintendent of Schools Laura Mitchell had resigned, among other news. The agenda also noted the board planned to officially accept her resignation that evening. A...

The need for affordable housing drew residents to a forum called by the Amenia Housing Board and led by Housing Board Chairman Charlie Miller, right, on Saturday, July 30, at the Town Hall. Photo by Leila Hawken

AMENIA — During a public forum about the dearth of affordable housing possibilities, both to purchase and to rent, and the benefits to community life if a wider range of housing options flourish, about 35 residents gathered to hear a report by the Amenia Housing Board (AHB). It was mainly a time...

Amenia

August 10, 2022
AMENIA — Residents, businesses and community leaders of Amenia have recognized for decades that without a municipal wastewater system in the central hamlet, the town won’t thrive...

Millbrook


From left, Angels of Light (AOL) Vice President Ariana Peterman; AOL Co-Founder and Director Lori-Cassia-Decker, recently named this year’s woman of distinction by State Senator Sue Serino (R-41); and AOL President Danielle Mollica-Whiteley all gathered for a photo at the nonprofit foundation’s grand opening of its new Millbrook headquarters on Monday, July 25. Photo by Judith O'Hara' Balfe

August 10, 2022
MILLBROOK — Held at the Locust Grove historic site in Poughkeepsie, State Senator Sue Serino (R-41) named Lori Cassia-Decker as the 2022 Woman of Distinction for the 41st District...

Webutuck

July 13, 2022
WEBUTUCK — With school out for summer, the Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) wasted no time in preparing for the upcoming 2022-23 school year at its annual reorganization meeting...

Pine Plains

July 27, 2022
PINE PLAINS — The Pine Plains Town Board heard comments and concerns about its franchise agreement with Cablevision Systems Dutchess Corporation (best known as Altice) at a public...

Millerton


Photo by Kristin McClune

August 10, 2022
Darla Gangloff, 4, picked up the book “Skulls” to read at the NorthEast-Millerton Library (NEML) recently to meet her summer reading goal. This summer, the NEML’s community summer...

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NECC is grateful for support shown at brunch fundraiser The North East Community Center (NECC) was proud to host our 11th annual Chef and Farmer Brunch this year at Lime Rock Park... Continue Reading
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